Opened in 2009, in a 1904 building that formerly housed the Czechoslovak Chamber of Commerce, the Hotel Kings Court has a history-laden atmosphere similar to...more
The city's highest style quotient—or most self-conscious design statement—belongs to this 2003-vintage place five minutes' walk from Old Town Square...more
The rebirth of this onetime eyesore is a beacon for the rest of the city's Communist-era architecture. A Stalinist monstrosity just a few years back, the Jalta...more
Don't confuse this place with the original Hilton in Prague: Hilton Prague Old Town is newer, smaller, and better located. Taking the place of a former...more
Housed in a former bank, the Carlo IV announces itself with a soaring, 19th-century facade and stately neoclassical columns. Its location on a residential...more
At first glance, it's hard to see beyond the high-tech surface of this refurbished Art Nouveau building just south of Wenceslas Square, where all 31 sleekly...more
With a superb location five minutes from Old Town Square, the renovated 71-room Maximilian is all about smart design. Czech-born architect Eva Jiricna has...more
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